Dramatikeren gik rundt med alle disse tanker, da en ven nævnte den tyske religionshistoriker Jan Assmann for ham. Det gik op for Jokum Rohde, at den oplevelse, han havde af det nye testamente, blev forklaret i Assmanns teorier. »Alle monoteismer er kanoniske. De er baseret på ord i en bog, og det er det, der adskiller dem fra andre religioner, hvor guderne var i naturen og himmellegemerne. Monoteismer siger, at Gud kun nås gennem denne tekst. Ingen anden tekst. Man sætter en hård skillelinje mellem sandt og falsk, som Assmann kalder den mosaiske distinktion. Han siger, at det ikke kun er historisk vold, det er også semantisk vold. Det er vold på alle niveauer. Det var vand på min mølle. Det er derfor, min Kristus er revolutionær.«
(fra interview med Jokum Rohde i Information i dag)
The Fusilli Jerry" is the 107th episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 21st episode of the 6th season. It aired on April 27, 1995. Working titles for this episode were "The Move", "The Proctologist", and "The Assman".
George is having lunch with his mother, Estelle Costanza, at Monk's. She says she is going for an eye job now that she is separated from Frank ("The Chinese Woman"). Kramer, who has plenty of free time, can pick her up after the operation, just as soon as he gets his new license plates. At the Department of Motor Vehicles office, Kramer receives someone else's vanity plates which read "ASSMAN". (...) Kramer enters presenting Jerry with a small statue of him made with fusilli pasta, a "Fusilli Jerry". When Jerry questions Kramer as to why he chose Fusilli, Kramer replies, "Because you're silly!" Kramer says he is also working on a "Ravioli George". About his ASSMAN plates, Kramer believes that the real owner is a proctologist. He tells Jerry and George that if they ever meet a proctologist at a party, they should stand nearby to be assured of hearing a funny story that will inevitably end with someone claiming "It was a million-to-one shot, Doc". (...) George's mother, Estelle, goes to the doctor and is told she must not cry for the next 10 days or she will have complications with her eye surgery. When going to pick her up, Kramer makes the best of the situation, using the plates to convince a parking lot security guard that he is a proctologist entitled to use a doctors-only parking space. While driving home, the plates elicit cheers and catcalls from passing drivers. Estelle, assuming that the catcalls were made at her is unaware that the gestures were made at Kramer's plates. When they hit a pothole Kramer reaches across Estelle's chest to brace her, making Estelle think that Kramer is making a pass at her by "stopping short". (...) George arrives just in time to see his father lose his balance and fall backwards onto the Fusilli Jerry statue, which had been knocked onto the floor. At the doctor's office Jerry, George and Elaine shift uncomfortably in their seats at the thought of "corkscrew pasta." Kramer spots a picture on the wall of the doctor's office portraying the doctor's boat with the name "ASSMAN" on it. Kramer asks the proctologist if his recently renewed license plates had perhaps been mixed up with someone else's and whether he is the "assman"; the doctor winks back. From off-screen, Frank is heard saying, "It was a million-to-one shot, Doc." In the last scene, George takes his father back to his mother's home. She cannot hold back her tears at seeing him after his ordeal with the statue and starts crying thereby ruining her surgery.
(artikel om Seinfeld-episode på Wikipedia)
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